This case study was written as part of the first phase of a cross-practice and cross-thematic global UNDP initiative on Gender Equality in Public Administration (GEPA), launched in 2011. This report review a brief overview of the socio-economic and political context as well as gender equality in the public administration. Additionally, it shows the profile of women’s participation in decision making and in the public administration more widely. Also it reviews key legislation that impacts on gender equality in the public administration in Jordan and seeks to identify achievements as well as gaps and challenges. As well as it review a spicific initiatives about gender equalities in the ministries. On the other hand the report explore the barriers in achieving equal participation in the public administration. The report end with recommendations.